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In Memory Tributes and Memorials to Budgies which have moved on to the Rainbow Bridge

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Old 05-11-2008, 08:02 PM
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so sorry about Coconut. She seemed very young. RIP Sweet Lil Coconut! Fly high iwith the other budgies in Millet World!

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I am sorry for your loss - are your birds flighted? Flighted, Coconut could have flown away from the dog?
Having flighted birds can be the best solution when you have a variety of pets. You let the birds out in a room they can fly in safely & then keep the other pets out. Lots of perches in the room. If a door opens they may fly out but less likely to be caught. Around our place, when we leave the room, we face inwards if the birds are out - to stop them following or getting caught in the door itself. My birds will go on the floor but only if they are certain they are safe.
Those are good suggestions, but in this case, Budgiefinder was being careful, it was a case of the door looking to be shut when it was not. A tragic accident, always the worse when the person takes precautions.
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Very sorry to hear that....how awful! My thoughts are with you and Lime.
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That's really sad. Sorry for your loss. RIP Coconut.
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So sorry for your loss, RIP Cocunut
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Oh my I am so sorry for your loss...RIP Coconut...
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Poor Coconut! He was so beautiful! I'm sorry for your loss.
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Thanks everyone.

And they came clipped short. Luna is the only fully fligted one I have, but I saw my friends budgies and they are partially flighted. Their wings are clipped so they can still fly a bit, but not fully like Luna. I think I like that the best!
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